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dc.description.abstractThe National Automotive Policy (NAP) 2019 seeks to unlock the potential of the automotive industry and related sectors that globally, has been a pillar for industrialization of many economies and a key driver of macroeconomic growth and technology- advancement. The industry has consistently contributed heavily both directly and indirectly to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP), foreign investment, employment and innovation in developed and emerging economies. The Policy therefore provides for the legal, institutional and regulatory framework for the development of the automotive industry; support motor vehicle and motorcycle assembling; hannonize standards; forge collaboration mechanisms in the industry; facilitate market access for sector products and services including access to preferences and reservation in public sector procurements; promote innovation, research and development and technology; facilitate local component/parts manufacturing; and support development of incentive schemes for investments and reinvestments. The Policy brings out the importance and role of existing policy, legislative and institutional frameworks that have supported the growth and development of the manufacturing sector in Kenya and the automotive industry in particular.en
dc.publisherMinistry of Industry, Trade and Enterprise Developmenten
dc.relation.ispartofseriesSessional Paper;2022
dc.subjectDisruptive Technologyen
dc.subjectAutomotive Industryen
dc.subjectAutomotive Aftermarketen
dc.subjectAssembly Planten
dc.subjectMotor Vehicleen
dc.titleSessional Paper No. 1 of 2022 on National Automotive Policyen
ppr.contributor.authorMinistry of Industry, Trade and Enterprise Developmenten

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